Posts Tagged ‘Berlin’

Open Call for ZK/U Residency 2019

Oct. 20, 2018
ZK/U – Center for Art and Urbanistic’s residency programme is open for applications from artists, scholars and practitioners that concern themselves with the phenomenon of ‘the city’[read on]


Cecilia Jonsson Serenades Sewage Bacteria

Article by Sofia Bergmann // Oct. 11, 2018
Certain sounds are music to our ears, and apparently also to the bacteria in our waste. Cecilia Jonsson can not only prove this through her research, but can demonstrate the results as pieces of art[read on]


Examining Macedonia’s New Antiquity

Oct. 03, 2018
In 2010, the Macedonian government began an urban development project to restore and rebuild public buildings, monuments and museums in the capital of Skopje, but rather than give these[read on]


The Bitterness of the Global Care Chain

Article by Isabelle Hore-Thorburn // Sept. 28, 2018
‘Bitter Things: Narratives and Memories of Transnational Families’ at Archive Kabinett examines the significance of things and objects for families separated by the global care chain[read on]


European Month of Photography is Back

Sept. 26, 2018
Germany’s largest photo festival, the European Month of Photography (EMOP), enters its eighth year on September 28 where Berlin’s museums, galleries, embassies, project spaces[read on]


THE WEEK Aug. 27–Sept. 02, 2018

Openings and events at Galerie im Turm, Akademie der Künste, Esther Schipper, Philipp Haverkampf Galerie, The Shelf, Kunstpunkt Berlin, Daimler Contemporary, Tanya Leighton, tête, Project Space Festival Berlin…[read on]


Anticipating Berlin Art Week 2018

Aug. 23, 2018
In just over a month, Berlin Art Week will commence with a program that includes 20 project spaces, 15 museums and exhibition spaces, 11 private collections, two Kunstvereine, two art fairs and one[read on]


An Audible Exploration of Invisible Nature

Article by Sofia Bergmann // Aug. 16, 2018
In ‘A Grain Within a Cloud of Dust’ at Galerie im Turm, Gil Delindro makes the invisible visible—and audible. With the Algerian-Moroccan desert as his starting point, he extracts the location’s expansive yet[read on]